Naspers and Prosus will remain a poor man’s Tencent, regardless of the impact a $5bn share buyback may have, say its detractors.

The mammoth programme is meant to assuage shareholder discontent over a glaring valuation gap between the two conjoined entities and their most valuable investment...

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